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15 Apr 2024
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Woy Woy chosen for high-density housing
Club seeks return of Staples Lookout plaque
Anzac services to be held in Woy Woy and Ettalong
Bread roll ban stays at sausage sizzles
Free rip safety lessons to aid research project
Mingaletta holds free school holiday activities
Creative school holiday activity at library
Seven people rescued when boat ran aground
Free digital workshops resume after holidays
Community group holds another smart energy talk
Local Members hold joint cost-of-living forum
Flood rescue kit ready to go
Rotary club raises $14,000 through opera event
Free mini petting zoo to be held on Friday
Rotary club president plants mangroves
CWA branch holds French day
Anti-scams forum attracts 150 people
Year's first Yarn Up held*
Schools directed not to have local procedures*
Martial arts classes held on Monday nights
Rotary club announces new board
Track closed after fire*
Youth council applications open*
Labor government had a year of 'repair, reform, action'*
Storm rainfall almost doubles April average
High-density housing applications may start next month
Tesch welcomes high density housing
Proposal covers one quarter of site in concrete
Three units proposed for Memorial Ave
Alterations proposed for fast food store
Public short-changed in local government inquiry
Build rail underpass before increasing population
Volunteer fundraisers need support and respect
New clinical care co-ordinator appointed
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'Bumper year' for art classes, says centre president
Free weekly jazz night starts in Woy Woy
Completed projects displayed at end of term
Centre offers adult group art class
Students receive an ice cream as a reward
Bike-riders warned to watch out for bindies
Three students are 'quiet achievers'
Students receive awards at assembly
Volunteers wanted to help in canteen
School leaders conduct Anzac service
Students take advantage of homework club*
Reconciliation liturgies for Year 5 and 6 students
Student gains entry to hospitality course
Reading and crafting hour for Mother's Day
Damaged phone leads to emergency call*
Mother's Day stall planned
Two students named CAPA 'stars'
College says goodbye to head PE teacher after 24 years*
St John's students to join Anzac Day march*
Round six of pennant bowls played at Umina
Bunnies make to next stage
Easter Pairs attracted 18 bridge teams
Women's bowling president's three years celebrated
Soccer game-day volunteers wanted
Charity bowls day for Guide Dogs organisation
Junior touch association holds annual meeting
Bowling clubs join for Diggers Day
Women celebrate 44 years in lifesaving
Men aged over 45 wanted by soccer club
Ocean Beach life savers compete at Sunshine Coast
Outrigger club wins championship medals in all divisions
Roosters elect new president
Avoca score convincing rugby win over Woy Woy
When you can't play tennis, you can be social*
Presentation for championship performance*



Mingaletta holds free school holiday activities

A free school holiday activity program for five to 14 year olds is being held by Mingaletta in Umina.

An introduction to junior tennis will be held from 10am to 12pm on Thursday and Friday, April 18 and 19.

Held at Empire Bay, with equipment and a sausage sizzle provided,

participants are asked to wear sneakers and to bring a bottle of water.

Beginner level "cultural weaving" will be held at Mingaletta from 2pm to 4pm next Monday, April 22, with Aunties Elaine, Linda and Rell.

Fun art and craft will be held from 2pm to 4pm on Tuesday, April 23.

A cultural art session will be held from 2pm to 4pm on Wednesday, April 24.

Limited places are available and parental supervision is required in all activities.

Registration is required, with forms available by email from

All facilitators have undergone working with children checks.

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